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A Cork man in Stockholm who went from gigging at Berghain to lecturing in football

The Irish Times 18 Feb 2024
Cork native Mark O’Sullivan has a job title that many might envy, as associate professor of football at the Norwegian School of Sport Sciences in Oslo ... science of sports coaching.

Senior Hamas Official floats idea of Israel recognition

The Siasat Daily 14 Dec 2023
The PLO, which heads the Palestine Authority that runs the West Bank, had recognized Israel as part of the Oslo Accords signed between then-PLO leader Yasser Arafat and Israeli President Yitzhak Rabin on September 13, 1993.

Ridgelines: Olympians bring hope to children

Park Record 28 Nov 2023
Diagnosed at 3, Fletcher went through years of treatment ... He recalls the loneliness ... Fletcher beat the ravaging cancer, going on to compete in two Olympics and win his sport’s biggest prize — the King’s Cup at Holmenkollen in Oslo, Norway.

Hamas-Israel conflict: Algeria offers to host Palestine's football matches – the bigger history

Auburnpub dot com 26 Oct 2023
Radio Free Palestine was broadcast from Algeria until the signing of the Oslo Accords in 1993 ... After the Oslo Accords of 1993, the Palestinian Football Federation gained affiliation with various international sports federations.

XXL Shares Surge After Frasers Group Raises Stake to 9.75%

Market Watch 11 Oct 2023
XXL, an Oslo-listed sports equipment retailer, said Frasers has bought 117.4 million shares, which brings its total holding to 162.1 million ...

Qatar Skydivers Claim Silver At Fai 2023 World Cup Championship In Norway

MENA FN 27 Aug 2023
(MENAFN - The Peninsula) QNA Oslo. Qatar 8-Way Formation Skydiving Team, an affiliate of Qatar Air Sports Committee (QASC) of the Ministry of Defense's Joint Special Forces, claimed silver at the ... .

The Man Who Stole The Scream review – a thought-provoking look at an audacious art heist

The Observer 20 Aug 2023
He is the footballer turned criminal who, in 1994, nicked Edvard Munch’s The Scream from the National Gallery in Oslo, seemingly for no other reason than he could ... Sport was the only distraction.

The ugly side of the beautiful game ... New research shows heading a soccer ball ...

Independent online (SA) 16 Aug 2023
Neuroinflammation can contribute to the development of dementia and other degenerative brain conditions, said Stian Bahr Sandmo, a professor at the Norwegian School of Sport Sciences in Oslo, physician, and lead author of the study ... Washington Post .

Is Oslo worth visiting? Revealing the hidden gems of Norway’s capital city

TravelDailyNews 02 Aug 2023
In the colder months, the forests around Oslo transform into a winter sports paradise ... In winter, the Oslo Winter Festival is a week-long event that brings together Norwegian traditions and winter sports.

Manchester United: Wayne Rooney urges 'stuck' Mason Greenwood to LEAVE this summer after his CPS ...

The Daily Mail 19 Jul 2023
Mail Sport's Chris Wheeler reported last week that the most likely outcome is Greenwood goes out on loan to a foreign club next season ... working out on a sports centre pitch with a personal trainer.

July events calendar for Europe

Stars and Stripes 01 Jul 2023
Austria. GRAZ. Styriarte, festival of early music, through July 23. VIENNA ... 3 ... ERL ... 6 ... 5 ... Munich Mash, sports demos of wakeboard, skateboard and more in the Olympiapark, through July 2 ... Ekstremsportveko, extreme sports and music festival, through July 2. OSLO.

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In this photo provided by the International Organization for Migration, an injured person is carried on a stretcher to seek medical assistance after a landslide in Yambali village, Papua New Guinea, Friday, May 24, 2024. More than 100 people are believed to have been killed in the landslide that buried a village and an emergency response is underway, officials in the South Pacific island nation said. The landslide struck Enga province, about 600 kilometers (370 miles) northwest of the capital, Port Moresby, at roughly 3 a.m., Australian Broadcasting Corp. reported. (Benjamin Sipa/International Organization for Migration via AP)
Benjamin Sipa/International Organization for Migration via AP